Originally Posted by strap624
QUALITY weatherstripping on that door BTW.
And seriously guys, I'm in central New Hampshire and while it's still picking up, there are already tens of thousands of people without power and plenty of trees down. My friend's neighbors lost both their cars under one. Not to mention the impact this is going to have on coastal areas like NYC - go find some traffic webcams and see for yourself. No, the winds may not be the strongest, but the sheer size of the system PLUS the two fronts its colliding with and the full moon are going to wreak massive havoc in terms of water damage from rainfall and storm surge. It's getting pretty gusty in my area, though at 300 feet above sea level and on a local hill I think I'll be fine. The coastal areas that are only 10 feet or so, they'll have fun. And as of 3pm in New Hampshire it was technically illegal to be on the roads unless you had some storm-related emergency job, like National Guard or EMS or power.